IC and capacitor improve isolated supply

Mathews, Kurk; Travis, Bill
September 1997
EDN;09/01/97, Vol. 42 Issue 18, p111
Trade Publication
Looks as the use of an isolated flyback regulator, integrated circuit (IC) to provide feedback to a controller in an isolated power supply. Improvement in line and load regulation when using this method; Alternative methods; Factors which bring about cross-regulation issues.


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